The nursing shortage is a growing problem that’s putting serious pressure on nursing staff around the country. Here are 6 facts to know about it.
As the physician shortage continues, it’s promising to know that medical school enrollment has outpaced growth goals. But the crisis isn’t over quite yet.
A physician assistant took to Twitter this week to offer up a PSA on how to address PAs, something that many still manage to bungle.
Telehealth is gaining in usage, says a new report, but there are still some barriers in place that are hindering wider implementation.
Nursing involves soul work—the desire to serve, to give back, to help—and that, too, can be a reason for a career change, not just salary or advancement.
For those with a sense of adventure, travel positions need no other selling point. If you don’t have a natural love of travel, though, here are five other reasons to consider travel assignments.
Nurse practitioners are the solution to health care provider shortages, or so said a rally cry of an op-ed published by The Hill this week.
Back-to-school season is upon us, and school-based therapists are likely beginning to feel excited or overwhelmed. Here’s how to stay centered.
More than 90% of medical residents say that salary potential strongly swayed their choice of specialty in some way, according to a recent survey.
Selecting a specialty is one of the most important career-related decisions a physician will have to make. These five are in high demand.